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Old 05-19-2013, 08:35 AM   #1
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So if you buy the ford racing handling package will it require you to get new uca's and lca's like many people suggest when lowering your car?
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So if you buy the ford racing handling package will it require you to get new uca's and lca's like many people suggest when lowering your car?
No...you don't need them. They are nice to have and serve a purpose, but not needed. The uca will fix pinion angle but unless your dropped super low your pinion angle should be fine. The cv joint in the drive shaft is able to accommodate minor adjustments.
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So if you buy the ford racing handling package will it require you to get new uca's and lca's like many people suggest when lowering your car?
Not required but a Uca w/bracket & lca's will eliminate wheel hop & help with traction.
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OP I sent you a PM. The FRPP kits are pretty bad, they come with sway bars that are the same ones that they use for the 2005-2010 models and the dampers in the can't really handle the higher spring rate. There are much better options out there for about the same price if not possibly cheaper.
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OP I sent you a PM. The FRPP kits are pretty bad, they come with sway bars that are the same ones that they use for the 2005-2010 models and the dampers in the can't really handle the higher spring rate. There are much better options out there for about the same price if not possibly cheaper.
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